When you feel included and engaged, do you do a better job? Are you ready to break out, increase participation, boost creative energy in your meetings, gatherings, classrooms and workshops? If you’ve answered YES, then join us for the Liberating Structures Workshop. BCcampus Professional Learning and the Centre for Teaching and Learning at UBC are collaborating together to bring you Liberating Structures! BCcampus and CTLT are excited… Read more »
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Attendees at the annual ETUG fall workshop November 13 will experience a unique conference format with sessions delivered through collaboration, creativity, and peer-led learning. The unconference model is a participant-driven event that uses open space and flexible presentations to dig into the concerns of the attendees. The origin of the unconference name is attributed to Lenn Pryor, based on his write-up of the 2004 BloggerCon,… Read more »
UNBC is launching a pilot leadership project this fall, focusing on “making extraordinary things happen” through practical leadership skills and developing students’ ability to motivate, inspire, influence, and lead. The University of Northern British Columbia Columbia’s Student Life Office is gearing up for a leadership project this fall, designed to empower students and facilitate positive change within the institution through active leadership. The non-credit program… Read more »
BEtreat workshops are designed for leaders in social learning, communities of practice and networks. Participants bring their projects and challenges that most closely represent their work experiences to a workshop. During an intensive four days they develop their capabilities in leadership and facilitation for communities of practice and professional networks. There are two types of workshops, and early bird registration ends August 30. State of… Read more »
ETUG Spring 2014 workshop, 20/20: Reflecting on the Past; Looking to the Future. Keynote session by Jentery Sayers “Make, But Not the Brand: DIY Making after Big Data “.
ETUG Spring 2011 workshop, Open4Learning. Keynote session by Alan Levine “Amazing Stories of Openness”.